A Senate Committee Has Invited Taiwan’s Foreign Minister To Visit The Czech Republic

Oct. 15th, 2021

Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil and Foreign Minister Joseph Wu meeting in Taipei in Aug. 2020. (AP photo)

In a report by the Taiwan News on October 14th, 2021,  it states that the Senate Committee for Foreign Affairs, Defense and Security of the Czech Republic has invited Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu to visit the Central European country.

It’s reported that the Czech senate committee approved a motion concerning cooperation with Taiwan on Wednesday (Oct. 13th), which also included a welcome message for Mr. Wu to attend meetings in Prague from 27th to 28th of October.

Although the two countries do not have official diplomatic relations, Czech political leaders visited Taiwan last August and both countries also helped each other during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taiwan and the Czech Republic are “strong partners” that share the universal values of democracy, freedom and human rights, and they have stood together in the fight against the Chinese Communist regime.

For more information about this report, please click here: Senate committee invites Taiwan foreign minister to visit Czech Republic

Editor: Marialu

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Jay
Jay
1 month ago

Czechoslovakia remembers when the world let Hitler invade without speaking up. Now that they have a chance, they are speaking up against “Hitler” Xi Jinping invading Taiwan. We must all stand up to the CCP. 捷克斯洛伐克记得当世界让希特勒入侵不说话。当有机会时,他们大声疾呼反对”希特勒”习近平入侵台湾。我们都必须反击中共的霸权。

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